Nikon® Archer's Choice Rangefinder

Item # WX2-198017

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Details & Specs

Smart Nikon® Archer's Choice Rangefinder plays all the angles.

Tailor-made rangefinding excellence for archers and archers alone, with Nikon®'s ID technology that compensates for various shooting angles, all the way up to an astounding + / -89° - nearly vertical!

Combine that with surprisingly easy operation and traditional Nikon quality optics, and you've got the only tool you need to dial up pin-point range from any elevation.

No more guessing games:
  • ID technology compensates for elevation, all the way to + / -89°
  • Bright, multicoated 6X optics for high-res views
  • Clean, easy-to-read LCD display and single-button operation
  • Displays in .5-yd. increments in Standard mode, .2-yd. increments in ID mode
  • Measures just 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 5"
  • First-target priority mode allows confident ranging of objects as small as a fence post
  • Includes silent neoprene case with Realtree® APG HD camo finish. Powered by one CR2 lithium battery (not included).

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  1. 5 stars
    Just what I wanted.
  2. 5 stars
    Great
  3. 4 stars
    seem to be right on the money cost less than other places can't wait to try it hunting
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